Feb 172015
 
Guy Plays Ping Pong Every Day For One Year

In order to master a craft or activity, you have to study hard and then do it over and over and over. And over. Sam Priestley barely qualified as a novice table tennis player when he was inspired to better himself. He decided he would practice ping pong everyday for one year. 

He didn’t become a world master in that year, but he did seriously improve his game. Ben Larcombe put together this inspiring compilation of the year of hard work that is going viral. 

 


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Feb 152015
 
After Six Months Of Training, 5’7” Teen Learns To Dunk

Like millions of basketball fans and players, Road To has always wanted to be able to dunk a basketball. But he’s only 5’7”, not short, but not really the optimal height for easy dunking. But last summer he decided he was done dreaming, and started doing.

For six long months he trained and trained. He put together this compilation of his months of hard work to show his progress. Finally, he dunks! This video from the summer has only gone viral now with over half a million new hits!

 


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Jan 242015
 
First Grader Shaves Head For Friend With Cancer

Cancer is always devastating, but there’s something even more gut-wrenching about the disease when it strikes a young child. After complaining about feeling lethargic and sick for weeks, first grader Zach was finally diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, an aggressive cancer of the white blood cells. But his best buddy Vincent Butterfield never left his side. He even shaved his head to make Zach feel less lonely. 

This heart warming human interest story was published a year ago by WTNH News8, but it has only gone viral now with over one million new views!

 


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Jan 212015
 
Blind Man Sees With High Tech eSight Headset

The eSight is a special headset that gives almost completely blind users the ability to see. Using a small camera, the headset interprets the visual data and reproduces it in a way that the blind user can see. In this powerful video, US Air Force veteran Mark Cornell who has been legally blind for 20 years see his friends for the first time.

“Eyeopening.” 

 


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Jan 192015
 
Disabled Boy Incredibly Plays Piano Using His Eyes

The Japanese are famous around the world for their impressive technological inventions. Eye Play The Piano is a brand new invention by the Japanese University of Tsukuba and FOVE that allows disabled people to literally play the piano with their eyes.

Using a special set of goggles similar to a virtual reality head set, the user plays the piano by simply looking at the different pictures that represent each note. High tech eye tracking software understands each blink as an input and plays the electric piano. 

 


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